Sunday, September 2, 2012

Audible Sale ends tonight; Two new books from Iambik

The Audible sale ends tonight (September 2nd) so if you want to get any of the 1000+ audiobooks selling for $5.95, now is the time.  My two books and one short story that are a part of the sale are Shifting Positions by Jennifer Dellerman, The Distant Shore by Debora M. Coty and Autopsy by Joel M. Andre.  You can search by genre, author, title, narrator and key word.  Here's a direct link to the titles.

Iambik Audiobooks is getting ready to unveil a new website in October along with some new books.  However they did just publish new audio versions of two classics.  The Railway Children by Edith Nesbit and narrated by the wonderful Cori Samuel and Under the Greenwood Tree by Thomas Hardy voiced by the Irish lilt of Tadhg Hynes.  Both are wonderful books.  For those who only think of 'serious doom and gloom' when they hear the name Thomas Hardy, I can promise you that Under the Greenwood Tree is a notable exception.  Both books can be purchased for $6.99 each and are available in mp3 and m4b formats.

Since Iambik is busily working on getting their new site up and running, these two new recordings do not have the usual sample to play of the first chapter of either book.  However, you can easily listen to other recording samples by Cori and Tadhg on the site to check out their voices.  Both are terrific narrators.  You won't be disappointed.

As for my current recordings, Sweet Tea and Jesus Shoes is now in post-production and should be available on Audible very soon.  (I'll post here when that happens.)  I'm over the half-way mark recording and editing A Dixie Christmas by Sandra Hill and I've continued with prep work for my next book, Edited for Death by Michele Drier.  Lots to do to keep me busy. 

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